posted on Jun, 12 2013 @ 11:29 AM
Around here the kids are allowed to get 1-2 meals in debt before they stop letting them eat the normal lunch. Then they have to eat a cheese sandwich
and a milk. Other schools do a peanut butter sandwich but our school is nut free. The students have a notice sent home daily once their balance
reaches below $3.
Since this student's balance was negative, it would seem the school had already given him a lunch on credit. They had also sent home three notices
they claim, if they made it home. While I don't agree with the school giving out NOTHING, I do believe this is the parent's fault, not the school.
If he only pays $10 at a time, wouldn't he have wondered why the $10 was stretching longer than usual?